Sunday, June 15, 2014


Kallie has Ichthyosis which introduced me to Carly Findlay.  Carly writes on a blog in support of the Ichthyosis community. Carly promotes acceptance of visible differences.  I have learned so much from Carly and enjoy reading her shared experiences of life with Ichthyosis.  Kati, Kallie and I met Carly in New Orleans, during one of her stops in her travels.  It was a very exciting day.

Carly inspired me to write on a blog. My dream is to write a book when I grow up. And we are off at Camp Gane. Life is good at Camp Gane 

Saturday, June 14, 2014

A day at Camp Gane


I am grandmother (Gane) to 3 amazing granddaughters.  Kennedy Jane is 7, Kallie is 5, and Sanders is 1. I retired almost a year ago to become full time Gane to my three Grands. And what a grand time we have together. Camp Gane is full of pleasant surprises everyday.

What better way to spend your time than with your grandchildren. I am 63 years old and have all the aches and pains that come with 63 years of use. However, when my day starts with smiling faces, small hands waiting to be held,  love and kisses, the aches and pains go away.

I am grateful to be retired and available to help care for these precious little girls God has given to our family. I can truly say, I am where I am supposed to be.

So join me if you will at Camp Gane. My prayer is that you might find some love and laughter with each post and encouragement to live life as if it is a day at Camp Gane!

Life is good at Camp Gane!